Collaborated Efforts by Largest Economies Will Mean Faster Healing from Covid Pandemic, Says PM Modi
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Modi called for decisive action by G20 that need to not be limited to financial healing, tasks and trade, however concentrate on maintaining the world.
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- Last Updated: November 21, 2020, 23: 00 IST
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who took part in the 15 th G20 Top convened by Saudi Arabia on Saturday, termed the COVID-19 pandemic as a crucial juncture in history of mankind and the most significant difficulty the world is dealing with given that the The second world war. Modi called for definitive action by G20 that ought to not be limited to economic healing, jobs and trade, but focus on maintaining the planet.
” Had an extremely productive conversation with G20 leaders. Coordinated efforts by the biggest economies of the world will surely result in much faster healing from this pandemic,” he stated in a tweet.
Had a really rewarding conversation with G20 leaders. Collaborated efforts by the largest economies of the world will definitely cause faster recovery from this pandemic. Thanked Saudi Arabia for hosting the Virtual Top. #G20 RiyadhSummit
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 21, 2020
Modi called for a new Global Index in a post-corona world making up 4 essential aspects– production of a talent swimming pool; guaranteeing that technology reaches all segments of the society; openness in systems of governance; and handling Earth with a spirit of trusteeship.
Modi stated while there has been an emphasis on capital and finance in the previous few decades, now is the time to concentrate on multi-skilling and re-skilling to produce a large human skill swimming pool. This would not just improve self-respect of people however would make them more durable to face crises. He added that any evaluation of brand-new innovation ought to be based upon its influence on ease of living and lifestyle.
The top centers on the theme “Understanding Opportunities of 21 st Century for All” and its program has actually concentrated on conquering the pandemic, economic recovery and bring back jobs, and developing an inclusive, sustainable and durable future.
Modi in his address called for higher openness in governance systems which dealing with environment and nature as trustees rather than owners will inspire humanity towards a holistic and healthy way of life.
Keeping in mind that ‘work from anywhere’ is a new normal in the post-COVID world, Modi also suggested production of a G20 Virtual Secretariat as a follow-up and paperwork repository.
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